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The Bouroullec Brothers’ Drawings Fill A Tome

31/05/2013

This new book of abstract shapes reveals the brothers’ free-form thinking but also their strict discipline. Ronan and (...)
This new book of abstract shapes reveals the free-form thinking but also their strict discipline. Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the French brothers and design duo, produce a colossal amount of work. In the past year alone, they produced a mid-career exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, they released a beautiful iPad app to tour fans through their solo show at the Centre Pompidou-Metz, in Paris, and they created a dynamic and simple curtain rod. One secret to having such a prolific portfolio could be the way the brothers literally (and perhaps maniacally) organize their creative compulsions. They’ve carefully archived tons of casually scrawled drawings throughout their shared career, and now have compiled those in a book, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec: Drawing. Sourced from sketchbooks, the collected 850 works date from between 2004 and 2012. The curator behind the tome is the graphic designer Cornel Windlin, who first met the duo over, of course, a doodle:Read Full Story    
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